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Topic: Schitt’s Creek

Type: TELEVISION SHOW

Location: Netflix and more

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3 Sentence Review: Schitt’s Creek (SHOW) integrates inspiring messages of growth, acceptance, and tolerance that spans across “common” locations and influences many people to accept who they are. This show creates a bridge to many different lifestyles through everyday life comedy, relevant information on marketing, media, and brand, and dramatic personal transformation. Schitt’s Creek is a must watch show with every season expanding into new territory based on various themes from business growth to developing ones own personal identity.

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About Schitt’s Creek

From: Wikipedia

Schitt’s Creek (stylized as Schitt$ Creek) is a Canadian television sitcom created by Dan Levy and his father, Eugene Levy, that aired on CBC Television from 2015 to 2020. It consists of 80 episodes spread over six seasons.[1][2] Produced by Not a Real Company Productions[3] and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the series follows the formerly wealthy Rose family’s trials and tribulations. After their business manager embezzles the family business, Rose Video, the family loses its fortune and relocates to Schitt’s Creek, a small town they once purchased as a joke.[4] Now living in a motel, Johnny (Eugene Levy) and Moira (Catherine O’Hara)—along with their adult children, David (Dan Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy)—must adjust to life without wealth.[4]

The series conception came from Dan Levy, who wondered how wealthy families, as frequently depicted on American reality television, would react if they were to lose all their money.[5] He further developed the series with his father Eugene, before pitching the series to several Canadian and American networks. The series was first sold to CBC Television in Canada and secured final funding to start production in its sale to Pop TV in the United States.[6] Although limited in popularity throughout its first few seasons, the series’s appearance on Netflix after its third season is credited for the show’s rise in stature, attributed to the “Netflix bump” and a dynamic social media presence.[7]

Schitt’s Creek received critical acclaim and garnered a cult following, particularly for its writing, humour, and acting. The series has won various accolades, including two ACTRA Awards and 18 Canadian Screen Awards.[8][9] It is the first Canadian comedy series to be nominated for a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Comedy Series.[10] It also received two Screen Actors Guild Awards, including Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and a total of 19 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series twice.[11][12][13] The show received 15 of these nominations for its sixth and final season, setting a record for most Emmy nominations for a comedy series’s final season.[13] For its portrayal of LGBTQ+ people, the series received three nominations for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, winning twice.[14][15]

At the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, the series’ final season swept all seven major comedy awards. It was the first time for a comedy or drama series to receive all seven awards; Dan Levy notably received Outstanding Comedy Series, Writing and Directing for a Comedy Series (the last he shared with Andrew Cividino). It set a record for winning all four major acting categories (Lead Actor/Actress and Supporting Actor/Actress) for O’Hara, Murphy and both Levys—a first for a comedy or drama series.[16] Simultaneously, the series set a new record for most Emmy wins by a comedy series in a single season, beating The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s 2018 record, as well as for most Emmy nominations and wins by a comedy series in its final season.

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Special Thanks to the Main and Supporting Cast

Main

  • Eugene Levy as Johnny Rose, a former video store chain owner, generally the most levelheaded of the Rose family.
  • Catherine O’Hara as Moira Rose, the eccentric former star of the soap opera Sunrise Bay.
  • Dan Levy as David Rose, the pretentious son of Johnny and Moira.
  • Annie Murphy as Alexis Rose, the flighty, promiscuous daughter of Johnny and Moira. She gets involved in a self-imposed love triangle with Ted and Mutt.
  • Emily Hampshire as Stevie Budd, a sardonic clerk at the motel where the Roses reside, who becomes David’s best friend and brief friend-with-benefits.
  • Jennifer Robertson as Jocelyn Schitt, the mayor’s down-to-earth wife and local schoolteacher.
  • Tim Rozon as Mutt Schitt (seasons 1–2; guest seasons 3–4), Roland and Jocelyn’s provincial son and Alexis’s love interest.
  • Chris Elliott as Roland Schitt, the dimwitted, nosy, and easily offended mayor.
  • Karen Robinson as Ronnie Lee, a member of the town council and a leading member of the Jazzagals. Ronnie frequently butts heads with Patrick.
  • Sarah Levy as Twyla Sands (seasons 3–6; recurring seasons 1–2), the generous and humble Café Tropical waitress and later owner.
  • John Hemphill as Bob Currie, proprietor of Bob’s Garage and a member of the town council.
  • Dustin Milligan as Ted Mullens, the town’s veterinarian, and Alexis’s love interest.
  • Noah Reid as Patrick Brewer (seasons 4–6; recurring season 3), David’s business partner and later husband.

Supporting

  • Rizwan Manji as Ray Butani, the only real estate agent in town and a former member of the town council, has a variety of other businesses.
  • Marilyn Bellfontaine as Gwen Currie, Bob’s wife.
  • Shakura S’Aida as Lena, one of the more talented members of the Jazzagals.
  • Jasmin Geljo as Ivan, a baker who supplies the motel with pastries.
  • Sherry Miller and John Bourgios as Bev and Don Taylor, wealthy old friends of Johnny and Moira.
  • François Arnaud as Sebastien Raine, David’s ex, who arrives in Schitt’s Creek for a photo shoot.
  • Meaghan Rath as Klair, Alexis’ old friend who stumbles upon Schitt’s Creek while on vacation.
  • Robin Duke as Wendy Kurtz, dress shop owner and David’s former employer.
  • Lili Connor as Grace, a former member of the Jazzagals.
  • Steve Lund as Jake, Stevie and David’s ex, who dates both of them at the same time.
  • Ennis Esmer as Emir Kaplan, a travel blogger and Stevie’s former love interest.
  • Paul Shaffer as himself, a partygoer in a flashback to the Roses’ past Christmas parties.
  • Deborah Tennant as Marcy Brewer, Patrick’s mother.
  • Ted Whittall as Clint Brewer, Patrick’s father.
  • Victor Garber as Clifton Sparks, Moira’s past Sunrise Bay co-star.
  • Saul Rubinek as Tippy Bernstein, an executive producer for Sunrise Bay who has vertigo.
  • Henry Czerny as Artie, Alexis’s older love interest.
  • Kim Roberts as Marnie, Roland’s high school sweetheart and a manager at the unemployment office.

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